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1 Creating a Photo Book

2 Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Epson America, Inc. Trademarks Epson and Epson Stylus are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation. Epson StoryTeller is a trademark, and Epson Store is a service mark of Epson America, Inc. General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks Epson America, Inc., 7/05 CPD-19341R1 2

3 Contents Welcome! System Requirements Your StoryTeller Kit Installing the Software Start Your Book Starting StoryTeller Publisher Selecting Your Photos Fixing Your Photos Saving Your Photo Changes Create Your Photo Book Pages Adding Photos to Your Page Layouts Making Changes to Your Page Layouts Replacing One Photo with Another Resizing, Repositioning, or Rotating a Photo Adding, Deleting, and Locking Pages Adding Captions to Your Page Layouts Saving Your Photo Book to Your Computer

4 Print Your Photo Book Pages Printing a Draft of Your Photo Book Printing Your Final Photo Book Pages Epson Printers: Printing Your Final Pages HP Printers: Printing Your Final Pages Canon, Lexmark, or Other Printers: Printing Your Final Pages Create Your Cover Adding Photos to the Front and Back Covers Adding Photos and Text to the Flaps and Spine Saving Your Cover Pages to Your Computer ing Your Front Cover Page Print Your Cover Printing a Reduced Size Color Draft of Your Cover Printing Your Final Cover Page Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page Contents

5 Assemble Your Photo Book Attaching Pages to the Photo Book Attaching the Cover to Your Photo Book If You Printed a Full-Length Cover Page If You Printed Two 8 10-Inch or 5 7-Inch Cover Pages Problems? Uninstalling the StoryTeller Software Where To Get Help Index Contents 5

6 Welcome! Ever wonder what to do with all those photos you took with your digital camera? Instead of storing them on your computer or on a CD-ROM, you can create a personalized photo book that captures the family vacation, graduation day, or a child s birthday. And photo books make a great gift for everyone, for any occasion. The Epson StoryTeller kit includes everything you need to make your own photo book. It comes with a hardbound book, special glossy photo paper, panoramic sheets for your cover, and easy-to-use software. You can choose from six different book styles (themes), each with up to 20 pre-designed page layouts that make arranging your photos a breeze. And you can add your own captions and titles to make sure your photos tell your story. This guide walks you through selecting and enhancing your photos, building and printing your photo book, and creating and printing a cover page. Finally, it shows you how to put your book together. System Requirements To use the StoryTeller Publisher software, your system should have: Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, or XP operating system Pentium III processor, 750 MHz or faster (Pentium IV processor, 1.3 GHz or faster recommended) At least 2.3GB available hard disk space 256MB RAM (512MB RAM recommended) 16-bit color display, pixels (higher resolution recommended) 6

7 Your StoryTeller Kit Check your StoryTeller kit to make sure it includes the following: Hardbound book Glossy photo paper Two long cover sheets Adhesive strips CD-ROM Clear plastic cover Your StoryTeller Kit 7

8 Installing the Software Follow these steps to install the StoryTeller Publisher software: 1 Insert the StoryTeller CD-ROM in your drive. You see the following screen: Note: If the screen doesn t appear, click Start > My Computer (Windows XP) or double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop (other Windows systems). Then double-click the Epson icon. 2 Click Install and follow the on-screen directions to install the software. Note: Installation may take several minutes. Don t cancel the installation or start other programs. 8 Welcome!

9 3 If you see a message asking if you want to restart your computer, click Restart Later. 4 When installation is complete, click Finish. 5 When you see the product registration screen, register your software as instructed. When you re done, close your browser. 6 Remove the CD-ROM and restart your computer. Now you re ready to begin creating your book. Go to Start Your Book on page 10. Installing the Software 9

10 Start Your Book This chapter explains how to start the StoryTeller Publisher software, choose your book format, and select the photos you want to include in your photo book. Starting StoryTeller Publisher Follow these steps to start StoryTeller Publisher and choose your book style: 1 Double-click the EPSON StoryTeller Publisher icon on your desktop. You see this screen: 10

11 2 Click Get Started. You see this screen: 3 Select your photo book by size and page count. Then click OK. For example, if you have an 8 10-inch photo book that is 10 pages long, select the middle icon. Selecting Your Photos StoryTeller lets you browse the computer for your photos and view them in a preview area before you select them. 1 Use the minibrowser on the left to locate your photos on your computer: Use the minibrowser to locate your photos Selecting Your Photos 11

12 2 Double-click the folder where your photos are located. Thumbnails of your photos appear in the preview area on the right. Use this slider to enlarge selected photos; move it all the way to the right to view one photo at a time Thumbnails appear in the preview area Click this tab to enlarge the preview area; click it again to view the minibrowser 12 Start Your Book

13 3 To select a photo, double-click its thumbnail or drag the thumbnail from the preview area to the photo bin at the bottom of the screen. (A red border appears around selected thumbnails.) If you want to select several photos, do one of the following: Hold down the Shift key and click the first thumbnail in the group, then click the last thumbnail. Then drag the entire group to the photo bin. Drag your mouse over the images you want to select, then drag all the selected images to the photo bin. To select images out of order, hold down the Ctrl key as you click the images you want, then drag the selected images to the photo bin. Drag and drop your photos to the photo bin Photo bin Selecting Your Photos 13

14 4 If you decide you don t want to use a photo, select its thumbnail in the photo bin and click the Remove icon. To remove a series of photos from the photo bin, select the first thumbnail in the series. Hold down the Shift key and select the last thumbnail in the series. Then click the Remove icon. Tip: You can also drag your mouse over several images to select them, or hold down the Ctrl key to select several images out of order. After you ve selected the images, click the Remove icon. To remove all photos from the photo bin, click the Remove All icon. To remove a photo from the photo bin, select it and click here 14 Start Your Book

15 5 Optionally, you can rearrange the thumbnails in the photo bin in the order you want them to appear in your photo book. Just drag and drop each thumbnail to its new place in the line-up. Note: A blue bar appears to indicate where the thumbnail will be placed. Selecting Your Photos 15

16 Fixing Your Photos You can fix red eye in your photos, apply special color effects like a sepia tone, sharpen the image, or enhance brightness and contrast. Any modifications immediately appear in the preview image on the right side of the screen. 1 Click the Fix Pictures tab. The photo selected in the photo bin appears in the preview area. Enhance brightness and contrast automatically Your first photo appears in the preview area Or use these controls to change these settings manually 2 To automatically enhance the photo s brightness and contrast, click the Auto Enhance button. To change these values manually, select a new setting in the Brightness or Contrast controls: 16 Start Your Book

17 3 To automatically fix red eye, click Fix Red Eye. 4 To sharpen the image, click Sharpen. Then select a new setting in the Sharpen control. 5 To add a special color effect, click Color Effects. Then select one of the color effects settings. 6 To rotate the image 90 to the right or left, click one of the rotation icons at the top of the screen. 7 If you change your mind about any of the changes you made, click the undo icon at the top of the screen. Click the redo icon if you change your mind again! Now you re ready to add photos to your photo book. Continue with the instructions in Create Your Photo Book Pages on page 18, or go to the next section to save your photo changes. Saving Your Photo Changes Once you ve fixed a photo, you can save it to your computer or a disk and use it at a later date. Just click the icon at the top of the screen. When you see the Save As dialog box, navigate to the location where you want to save it and click Save. Saving Your Photo Changes 17

18 Create Your Photo Book Pages You can add your own distinctive touch by arranging the photos yourself in StoryTeller s pre-designed layouts. If you want to change the way your page looks, you can replace the photos, switch them, or reposition them to better fit their frames. If you don t like a particular page layout, you can replace it with a different one. Tip: The official Epson StoryTeller Internet site has more information about StoryTeller, including special offers and links to SM troubleshooting information and the Epson Store, where you can buy additional StoryTeller paper. To go directly to the website, click the Create Book tab, then click the icon to the right of the Book Style menu. Adding Photos to Your Page Layouts 1 Click the Create Book tab. 2 Click Customize Book. Click Customize Book 18

19 3 Select your Book Style in the drop-down menu. The page layouts associated with this Book Style appear in the Page Layout section. You ll also see page layouts in the preview area. Select your Book Style here Click here to switch to single page view in the preview area Layouts for your Book Style appear here Preview area shows page layouts as they will appear in your book Tip: If you want to view the page layouts in the preview area one at a time, click the to viewing several page layouts at a time, click the icon. icon in the upper right corner. To return Adding Photos to Your Page Layouts 19

20 4 Drag the page layouts you want to use from the Page Layout area over each of the 10 or 20 pages in the preview area. Use the slider on the right of the preview area to move through all the pages in your book, and the slider on the right of the Page Layout area to move through all the available layouts for your Book Style. Tip: You can mix page layouts from different Book Styles. Once you ve selected all the page layouts you want from one Book Style, select a new Book Style in the drop-down menu. A new set of page layouts appears in the Page Layout area. You can choose layouts from as many Book Styles as you want. Drag the page layout you want over one of the layouts in the preview area Use this slider to scroll through all the page layouts in your book Use this slider to scroll through page layouts 20 Create Your Photo Book Pages

21 5 Drag your photos one at a time from the photo bin to their places on each page. A checkmark appears on the image in the photo bin to indicate it has been used. Images can be used multiple times. Note: To automatically fill your page layouts with photos, click Auto Book at the top of the screen, then click the Auto Book button at the bottom of the screen. StoryTeller places photos in the order they appear in the photo bin. 6 Use the slider on the right side of the screen to move to the next page layouts and drag photos from the photo bins onto these pages. Repeat this step until you ve filled all the pages in your book. Adding Photos to Your Page Layouts 21

22 Making Changes to Your Page Layouts You can replace one photo on a page layout with another, resize or reposition a photo in its frame, or add or delete page layouts. You can even replace one page layout with another. Replacing One Photo with Another If you change your mind about where you placed a photo, do one of the following: Select it on the page and click the icon that appears. The photo is removed from the page but remains in the photo bin. Note: If the toolbar with the icon doesn t appear beside the page, make sure you ve selected a photo. (A green border appears around a selected photo.) Drag a different photo from the photo bin over the one you want to replace. Switch the positions of two photos on a page by dragging one over the other. Switch the positions of two photos in two different page layouts by dragging one over the other. 22 Create Your Photo Book Pages

23 Resizing, Repositioning, or Rotating a Photo You can double-click a photo on a page to resize or reposition it in the frame. You see this window: Reposition the photo in the frame by moving the pointer over it. When the shape of the pointer turns into a hand, drag the photo up, down, left or right. Click the icon to enlarge the photo. Click the icon to reduce it. Click the icon to rotate it 90 to the right. When you re done, click OK to close the window. Indicates overlap of another photo in the page layout Reposition the photo Resizing, Repositioning, or Rotating a Photo 23

24 Adding, Deleting, and Locking Pages You can add or delete a page, lock it to prevent changes, or replace it with a different page layout. To delete a page, select it in the preview area; a red border appears to indicate the page is selected. Then click the icon beneath the preview area to delete it. To add a page, select the page layout you want in the Page Layout section, then click the icon beneath the preview area. (The icon is grayed out if you already have as many pages in the preview area as your book allows.) To lock a page, select it and click the icon that appears to the left of the page. (Click the icon again to unlock it.) Select a page and click this icon to lock it Click this icon to add a page in the preview area Click this icon to delete a page 24 Create Your Photo Book Pages

25 Adding Captions to Your Page Layouts 1 Click the icon above the preview area to view your pages one at a time. 2 Double-click the text you want to change in the preview area. A green border appears around the selected text, and a text box appears. Tip: If you re having trouble selecting the text, make sure your pointer is positioned directly over the text before you double-click. 3 Enter your caption or title in the text box. Note: If you don t enter a caption or title, the page prints without text since the sample text is automatically deleted. Use these tools to modify your text Select the text area Enter your text in the text box Adding Captions to Your Page Layouts 25

26 4 Use the editing tools in the text box to make any modifications to the text, such as a different typeface, color, or text alignment. Then click OK to close the text box. 5 Enter your own text on all the pages. Use the scrollbar to the right of the preview area to move through the pages. Now you re ready to print your pages. Continue with the instructions in Print Your Photo Book Pages on page 27. Or go to the next section to save your photo book to your computer. Saving Your Photo Book to Your Computer Once you ve created your photo book, you can save it to your computer or a disk. Just click the icon at the top of the screen. When you see the Save As dialog box, navigate to the location where you want to save it and click Save. 26 Create Your Photo Book Pages

27 Print Your Photo Book Pages The steps you use to print your photo book pages depend on the type of printer you have. Be sure to print a draft of your photo book on plain letter-size paper to see how it looks before you print the final book. Printing a Draft of Your Photo Book Your draft prints in portrait mode, with one book page on each printed sheet. However, you can change the layout to print two pages per sheet or four pages per sheet. 1 Click Print Book on the Create Book tab. You see this window: Click Draft Color You can select a different page layout for your draft here 27

28 2 Click Draft Color. 3 If you don t want to print one page per sheet, select either 2 pages/sheet or 4 pages/sheet in the Layout menu. 4 Click the Printer Setup button. You see the Print window: 5 Make sure your printer is selected in the Name box, then click OK. Note: If you decide to make any changes to the Print Settings, be sure to select Portrait orientation when you print 2 pages/sheet or, Landscape orientation when you print 4 pages/sheet. 6 Click the Print button. Print window Printing Your Final Photo Book Pages Those Epson printers that support the Epson Easy Print interface automatically choose the right settings, which makes printing fast and simple. Printers made by other manufacturers and some Epson printers require you to make the settings yourself in your printer software. This section includes the following: Epson Printers: Printing Your Final Pages on page 29 HP Printers: Printing Your Final Pages on page 33 Canon, Lexmark, or Other Printers: Printing Your Final Pages on page Print Your Photo Book Pages

29 Epson Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 1 Unwrap the 8 10-inch or 5 7-inch glossy photo paper that came with StoryTeller. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 2 Load the stack glossy side up against the right side of your printer s feeder. Left edge guide Load the paper against the right side of your feeder Lower the output tray and slide out any extensions 3 Slide the left edge guide up against the paper, but not too tightly. 4 Lower the output tray and pull out the output tray extensions, if your printer has them. Epson Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 29

30 5 Click Print Book on the Create Book tab. You see this window: 6 Click Full Size Color Prints. 7 If you have one of the following Epson printers, click the PRINT button. Your pages begin to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your book to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. Click Full Size Color Prints Epson Stylus C64 Epson Stylus C84 Epson Stylus Photo 900 Epson Stylus Photo R800 Epson Stylus Photo RX500 Epson Stylus Photo RX620 Epson Stylus Photo 1280 Epson Stylus Photo 2200 Epson Stylus Photo R200 Epson Stylus Photo R300 Epson Stylus Photo R320 Epson Stylus CX4600 Epson Stylus CX6400 Epson Stylus CX6600 If you have an Epson printer that is not listed above, continue with step Print Your Photo Book Pages

31 8 Click the Printer Setup button. 9 Make sure your printer is selected in the Name box, then click Properties. Make sure your printer is selected here Then click here Epson Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 31

32 10 Select these options: For Quality Option, select Photo For Paper Type, select Premium Glossy Photo Paper Note: If Premium Glossy Photo Paper doesn t appear in the Paper Type list, choose DuraBrite Ink Glossy Photo Paper, and choose Best Photo as the Quality Option. If DuraBrite Ink Glossy Photo Paper doesn t appear, choose Glossy Photo Paper, and choose Best Photo as the Quality Option. For Orientation, select Landscape For Paper Size, select 8 10 in or 5 7 in, depending on your book size Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print settings, visit the StoryTeller website at 11 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. Select Photo Select Premium Glossy Photo Paper Select 8 10 in or 5 7 in Select Landscape 32 Print Your Photo Book Pages

33 12 Click the PRINT button. Your pages begin to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your book to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. Now you re ready to create your cover page. Continue with the instructions in Create Your Cover on page 41. HP Printers: Printing Your Final Pages See your printer documentation for detailed paper loading and printing instructions. Your printer and software may look different from those shown here. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Unwrap the 8 10-inch or 5 7-inch glossy photo paper that came with StoryTeller. 2 Load the stack glossy side down in your printer s front feeder tray. 3 Adjust the edge guides if necessary. Load your paper glossy side down from the front HP Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 33

34 4 Click Print Book on the Create Book tab. You see this window: Make sure Full Size Color Prints is selected Then click here 5 Click Full Size Color Prints. Then click the Printer Setup button. 6 Make sure your printer is selected in the Name box, then click Properties. Make sure your printer is selected here Then click here 34 Print Your Photo Book Pages

35 7 Select these options: For Print Quality, select Best For Paper Type, select hp premium plus photo paper, glossy For Paper Size, select Photo 8 10 in. or Photo 5 7 in., depending on your book size Select your Paper Size Select this Paper Type Select Best 8 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. 9 Click the PRINT button. Your pages begin to print. Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print options, visit the StoryTeller website at Now you re ready to create your cover page. Continue with the instructions in Create Your Cover on page 41. HP Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 35

36 Canon, Lexmark, or Other Printers: Printing Your Final Pages Canon, Lexmark, and other printers usually load paper from the top, like Epson printers. See the illustration of an Epson printer on page 29 to get an idea of how to load paper. See your printer documentation for detailed paper loading and printing instructions. This section includes screens for the Canon i560; your printer screens may look different and may include different options. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Unwrap the 8 10-inch or 5 7-inch glossy photo paper from the StoryTeller kit. 2 Load the stack glossy side up against the right side of your printer s feeder. 3 Lower the output tray and pull out the output tray extensions, if your printer has them. 36 Print Your Photo Book Pages

37 4 Click Print Book on the Create Book tab. You see this window: Make sure Full Size Color Prints is selected Then click here 5 Click Full Size Color Prints. Then click the Printer Setup button. 6 Make sure your printer is selected in the Name box, then click Properties. Make sure your printer is selected here Then click here Canon, Lexmark, or Other Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 37

38 7 Select these options: Select a high print quality; for Canon, select High Select a high-grade glossy paper; for Canon, select Photo Paper Pro Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print options, visit the StoryTeller website at 38 Print Your Photo Book Pages

39 8 Select the correct paper size for your book; some printers will have the paper size option on the first screen, and some will require you to click another tab. For Canon, click the Page Setup tab. If your printer doesn t have an 8 10-inch or 5 7-inch paper size option, select Custom or User Defined as the paper size and type the correct paper size in the dialog box that appears. If your printer doesn t have the correct paper size, select Custom or User Defined Then enter the correct page size in the dialog box that appears 9 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. Canon, Lexmark, or Other Printers: Printing Your Final Pages 39

40 10 Click the PRINT button. Your pages begin to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your book to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. Now you re ready to create your cover page. Continue with the instructions in Create Your Cover on page Print Your Photo Book Pages

41 Create Your Cover To create your cover, you ll repeat some of the same steps you took when you created your photo book pages. You ll choose a Book Style from one of the pre-designed styles, then drag photos from the photo bin onto the layout in the preview area. You ll also use some of the same tools to modify your layout and add captions or titles. Adding Photos to the Front and Back Covers 1 Click the Create Cover tab. 2 Select your Book Style in the drop-down menu. The layout for the front cover appears in the preview area. Select a book style here The front or back cover layout appears here Select which part of the cover to work on 41

42 3 Drag images from the photo bin to the preview area. If you want to select several images at once, do one of the following: Hold down the Shift key and click the first thumbnail in the series, then click the last thumbnail. Then drag the entire group to the preview area. Drag your mouse over the images you want to select, then drag all the selected images to the preview area. To select images out of order, hold down the Ctrl key as you click the images you want, then drag the selected images to the preview area. Drag photos from the photo bin to the preview area 42 Create Your Cover

43 4 Follow the instructions beginning on page 22 to replace, resize, reposition, or rotate photos on the front cover. 5 Click the text you want to change in the preview area. Follow the instructions beginning on page 25 to enter your own text. Note: If you don t enter new text, the page prints without text since the default text is automatically deleted. 6 When you re finished, select Back Cover in the diagram below the preview area and repeat steps 3 through 5. 7 Use the editing tools in the text box to make any modifications to the text, such as a different typeface, color, or text alignment. Now you re ready to add photos and text to your cover s spine and flaps. Continue with the instructions in Adding Photos and Text to the Flaps and Spine on page 44. Adding Photos to the Front and Back Covers 43

44 Adding Photos and Text to the Flaps and Spine Some printers are not able to print a long cover page. If your printer cannot print a full-length cover page, you re ready to print your cover now. Go to Print Your Cover on page 48. Note: All Epson printers can print a full-length cover page. If you re not sure whether your non-epson printer can print a full-length cover page, see the instructions beginning on page In the diagram below the preview area, select the front flap. The layouts for both the front and back flaps and the spine appear in the preview area. Layouts for both flaps and spine appear in the preview area Click the front flap 44 Create Your Cover

45 2 To add photos to the flaps, drag them from the photo bin. Note: You may have to play with the photos and layouts a little to make sure you ve filled all the photo areas on the flaps. Drag photos from the photo bin to the flaps 3 Click the text you want to change in the preview area. A green border appears around the selected text, and the existing text appears in the text box on the left. Tip: If you re having trouble selecting the text, make sure your pointer is positioned directly over the text before you click it. Adding Photos and Text to the Flaps and Spine 45

46 4 Type your text over the existing text in the text box. Note: If you don t enter new text, the page prints without text since the sample text is automatically deleted. Select the text area on the flap Then type your text here 5 Use the editing tools in the text box to make any modifications to the text, such as a different typeface, color, or text alignment. 6 Click and edit all text areas on the flaps. 7 Click the text area on the spine and type your book s title in the text box on the right. Now you re ready to print your cover page. Continue with the instructions in Print Your Cover on page 48. Or continue with the next two sections to save your cover pages to your computer or your front cover page. 46 Create Your Cover

47 Saving Your Cover Pages to Your Computer Once you ve finished your cover pages, you can save them to your computer or a disk. Just click the icon at the top of the screen. When you see the Save As dialog box, navigate to the location where you want to save them and click Save. ing Your Front Cover Page You can your front cover page directly from StoryTeller, without going to the trouble of saving it to your computer and attaching it to a regular . 1 Make sure Front Cover is selected in the diagram below the preview area. 2 Click the icon at the top of the StoryTeller screen. You see this screen: 3 Select the size of the file for your front cover page. Note: Smaller files are easier to deliver, but larger files are better for printing. 4 Select your application in the Application menu. Note: If you are using Lotus Notes, make sure that Notes is open before you send the . 5 Click the SEND button. A new memo with the file attachment opens in your application. Complete the steps to send your . Saving Your Cover Pages to Your Computer 47

48 Print Your Cover The steps you use to print the cover depend on the type of printer you have and whether you re printing an 8 10-inch book or 5 7-inch book. Many Epson printers automatically choose the right settings, which makes printing fast and simple. Printers made by other manufacturers and some Epson printers require you to make the settings yourself in your printer software. In addition, some non-epson printers may not be able to print a full-length cover page. If this is true of your printer, you can print a front and back cover on your 8 10-inch or 5 7-inch StoryTeller paper. Before you print the final cover page(s), follow the instructions in the next section to print a draft. Printing a Reduced Size Color Draft of Your Cover Follow the instructions in this section to print a color proof of your cover on plain letter-size paper. The front cover, back cover, and flaps and spine will each print on a separate sheet of paper. 1 Load letter-size plain paper in your printer. Note: See page 29 for instructions for your Epson printer, page 33 for instructions for your HP printer, and page 36 for instructions for other printers. 48

49 2 Click the PRINT icon on the StoryTeller window. You see this window: 3 Click Draft (Plain Paper). 4 If your printer does not support banner or panoramic printing, click the Spine and Flaps box to deselect it. 5 Click the PRINT icon. You see a message asking if you want to optimize your photos for better prints. 6 Click No. Your cover prints on several sheets. Printing a Reduced Size Color Draft of Your Cover 49

50 Printing Your Final Cover Page This section includes instructions for these printers: Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page in the next section HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page on page 59 Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page on page 69 Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page All Epson printers can print a full-length cover page for both the 8 10-inch and 5 7-inch books. In addition, many Epson printers automatically choose the right print settings, so printing is easy. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Before loading the StoryTeller cover sheet in your printer, flatten it by gently bending it in the opposite direction (for example, at the flaps and spine). 50 Print Your Cover

51 2 Load the sheet glossy side up against the right side of the feeder. 3 Slide the left edge guide up against the paper, but not too tightly. 4 Lower the output tray and pull out the output tray extensions, if your printer has them. 5 Click the PRINT icon at the bottom of the StoryTeller screen. Load the sheet in your Epson printer glossy side up Click here Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page 51

52 6 When you see this window, make sure that Long StoryTeller paper is selected. Make sure Long StoryTeller paper is selected 52 Print Your Cover

53 7 If you have one of the following printers, your printer can print the cover sheet automatically. Continue with step 8. Epson Stylus C64 Epson Stylus C84 Epson Stylus Photo 900 Epson Stylus Photo R800 Epson Stylus Photo RX500 Epson Stylus Photo RX620 Epson Stylus Photo 1280 Epson Stylus Photo 2200 Epson Stylus Photo R200 Epson Stylus Photo R300 Epson Stylus Photo R320 Epson Stylus CX4600 Epson Stylus CX6400 Epson Stylus CX6600 If you have an Epson printer that is not listed, go to Choosing Settings If Your Epson Printer Doesn t Make Them Automatically on page Click the PRINT icon at the bottom of the window. Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page 53

54 9 If you see a message asking if you want to optimize your photos for printing, click Yes. Your cover sheet begins to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your cover to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. 10 Lightly support the cover sheet as it goes into the printer and comes out at the paper tray. Lightly support the cover sheet as it goes into the printer And as it comes out Now you re ready to put your photo book together. Continue with the instructions in Assemble Your Photo Book on page Print Your Cover

55 . Choosing Settings If Your Epson Printer Doesn t Make Them Automatically 1 Click the PRINT WIZARD button at the bottom of the Print Setup window. 2 Click the Printer Setup button. Click here 3 When you see the Print window, make sure your printer is selected in the Name box. Then click Properties. Make sure your printer is selected here Then click here Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page 55

56 4 You see your printer s Properties window. Select the following: For Quality Option, select Photo For Paper Type, select Premium Glossy Photo Paper Note: If Premium Glossy Photo Paper doesn t appear in the Paper Type list, choose DuraBrite Ink Glossy Photo Paper, and choose Best Photo as the Quality Option. If DuraBrite Ink Glossy Photo Paper doesn t appear, choose Glossy Photo Paper, and choose Best Photo as the Quality Option. For Paper Size, select User Defined. (If Borderless is checked, User Defined is unavailable.) Click Photo Select User Defined Select Premium Glossy Photo Paper 56 Print Your Cover

57 Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print options, visit the StoryTeller website at Make sure that Landscape is selected for the page orientation. Click the Help button in the printer sofware for more information. 5 When you select User Defined for the Paper Size, you see the User Defined Paper Size window. Make sure 0.01 inch is selected as the unit of measurement. 6 Do one of the following: If you have an 8 10-inch photo book, type 8 10cover in the Paper Size Name box, 850 in the Paper Width box, and 2873 in the Paper Height box. Then click Save. If you have a 5 7-inch photo book, type 5 7cover in the Paper Size Name box, 550 in the Paper Width box, and 2087 in the Paper Height box. Then click Save. 7 Click OK to close the User Defined Paper Size window. Note: You only need to create a user defined paper size once. The next time you print a cover, choose the size you created 8x10cover or 5x7cover as your Paper Size in step 4. 8 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. 9 At the Print Wizard screen, click Next. Make sure 0.01 inch is selected as the unit of measurement Epson Printers: Printing the Final Cover Page 57

58 10 Click the PRINT icon. 11 If you see a message asking if you want to optimize your photos for printing, click Yes. Your cover sheet begins to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your cover to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. 12 Lightly support the cover sheet as it goes into the printer and comes out at the paper tray. Lightly support the cover sheet as it goes into the printer And as it comes out Now you re ready to put your photo book together. Continue with the instructions in Assemble Your Photo Book on page Print Your Cover

59 HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page Most HP printers can print a full-length cover for an 8 10-inch book, but not for a 5 7-inch book. For the smaller book, you ll print a front and back cover on two sheets of your StoryTeller 5 7-inch paper. Printing a Cover for Your 8 10-Inch Book on an HP Printer See your printer documentation for detailed paper loading and printing instructions. Your printer and printer software may look different. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Before loading the StoryTeller cover sheet in your printer, flatten it by gently bending it in the opposite direction (for example, at the flaps and spine). HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 59

60 2 Carefully load the sheet glossy side down in your printer s front feeder tray. 3 Adjust the edge guides as necessary. 4 Click the PRINT icon at the bottom of the StoryTeller screen. Load the sheet in your HP printer glossy side down Click here 60 Print Your Cover

61 5 When you see this window, make sure that Long StoryTeller paper is selected. Then click the PRINT WIZARD button. Make sure Long StoryTeller paper is selected Then click here HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 61

62 . 6 Click the Printer Setup button. Click here Make sure Landscape is selected 7 When you see the Print window, make sure your printer is selected in the Name box. Then click Properties. Make sure your printer is selected here Then click here 62 Print Your Cover

63 8 You see your printer s Properties window. Select the following: For Paper Size, select Banner [Letter ( in.)] For Paper Type, select hp banner paper For Print Quality, select Best Select Banner Select hp banner paper Select Best HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 63

64 Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print options, visit the StoryTeller website at Make sure that Landscape is selected for the page orientation. Click the Help button in the printer sofware for more information. 9 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. 10 At the Print Wizard screen, click Next. 11 Click the PRINT icon. 12 If you see a message asking if you want to optimize your photos for printing, click Yes. Your cover sheet begins to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your cover to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. 13 Lightly support the cover sheet as it feeds into the printer and as it ejects. Lightly support the cover sheet as it feeds into and ejects from the printer Now you re ready to put your photo book together. Continue with the instructions in Assemble Your Photo Book on page Print Your Cover

65 Printing Cover Pages for Your 5 7-Inch Book on an HP Printer See your printer documentation for detailed paper loading and printing instructions. Your printer and printer software may look different. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Load two 5 7-inch StoryTeller sheets glossy side down in your printer s front feeder tray. 2 Adjust the edge guides as necessary. 3 Click the PRINT icon at the bottom of the StoryTeller screen. Load two sheets glossy side down Click here HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 65

66 4 When you see this window, select Short StoryTeller paper. Then click the PRINT WIZARD button. Make sure Short StoryTeller paper is selected Then click here 66 Print Your Cover

67 5 Click the Printer Setup button. Click here 6 When you see the Print window, make sure your printer is selected in the Name box. Then click Properties. HP Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 67

68 7 You see your printer s Properties window. Select these options: For Paper Size, select Photo 5 7-in. For Paper Type, select hp premium plus photo paper, glossy For Print Quality, select Best Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print options, visit the StoryTeller website at Make sure that Landscape is selected for the page orientation. Click the Help button in the printer sofware for more information. 8 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. 68 Print Your Cover

69 9 At the Print Wizard screen, click Next. 10 Click the PRINT icon. 11 If you see a message asking if you want to optimize your photos for printing, click Yes. Your cover sheets begin to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your cover to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. Now you re ready to put your photo book together. Continue with the instructions in Assemble Your Photo Book on page 83. Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page The steps you follow to print your cover page depend on which printer you re using and whether you re printing a cover for an 8 10-inch book or 5 7-inch book. For example, with a Canon printer you can print a full-length cover for a 5 7-inch book, but not for an 8 10-inch book. See your printer s specifications for details. If your printer does not support inch paper, you can use the two extra StoryTeller 5 7-inch sheets to create separate back and front covers for your 5 7-inch book. If your printer doesn t support paper that is inches long, you can use the extra 8 10-inch sheets to create back and front covers for your 8 10-inch book. Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 69

70 Printing a Full-Length Cover See your printer documentation for detailed paper loading and printing instructions. Your printer may not load from the top, as described here, and your printer software may look different. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Before loading the StoryTeller cover sheet in your printer, flatten it by gently bending it in the opposite direction (for example, at the flaps and spine). 2 Load the sheet glossy side up against the right side of the feeder. Note: If your printer loads from the front like an HP printer, load the paper glossy side down. 3 Slide the left edge guide up against the paper, but not too tightly. 4 Lower the output tray and pull out the output tray extensions, if your printer has them. 70 Print Your Cover

71 5 Click the PRINT icon at the bottom of the StoryTeller screen. Click here Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 71

72 6 When you see this window, make sure that Long StoryTeller paper is selected. Then click the PRINT WIZARD button. Make sure Long StoryTeller paper is selected Then click here 72 Print Your Cover

73 7 Click the Printer Setup button. Click here 8 When you see the Print window, make sure your printer is selected in the Name box. Then click Properties. Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 73

74 9 You see the printer s Properties window. Select the following: For paper type, select high-grade glossy paper; for Canon, select Photo Paper Pro For print quality, select your printer s highest setting; for Canon, select High Note: For late-breaking news about recommended print options, visit the StoryTeller website at Make sure that Landscape is selected for the page orientation. Click the Help button in the printer sofware for more information. 74 Print Your Cover

75 10 Select Banner or Panoramic for paper size; some printers will have the paper size option on the first screen, and some will require you to click another tab. For Canon, click the Page Setup tab. If your printer doesn t have a Banner or Panoramic paper size option, select Custom or User Defined for the paper size and type the correct paper size for your book. For example: If you have an 8 10-inch book, type 8.50 for the Paper Height if your printer uses one inch as the unit of measurement, and 850 if your printer uses 0.01 inch. Type for the Paper Height if your printer uses one inch as the unit of measurement, and 2873 if it uses 0.01 inch. If you have a 5 7-inch photo book, type 5.50 for the Paper Width if your printer uses one inch as the unit of measurement, and 550 if your printer uses 0.01 inch. Type for the Paper Height if your printer uses one inch as the unit of measurement, and 2087 if it uses 0.01 inch. Note: Canon printers cannot print a full-length cover page for an 8 10-inch book. See Printing Individual Front and Back Cover Pages on page 76 for instructions on printing cover pages for your 8 10-inch book. 11 Click OK, then click OK again at the Print window. 12 At the Print Wizard screen, click Next. 13 Click the PRINT icon. Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 75

76 14 If you see a message asking if you want to optimize your photos for printing, click Yes. Your cover sheet begins to print. Note: Depending on the size of your digital files, it may take several minutes for your covers to start printing. Wait for the progress meter to disappear, and don t cancel printing or start another task. Now you re ready to put your book together. Continue with the instructions in Assemble Your Photo Book on page 83. Printing Individual Front and Back Cover Pages See your printer documentation for detailed paper loading and printing instructions. Your printer may not load from the top, as described here, and your printer software may look different. Note: Avoid touching the glossy surface of the StoryTeller paper as much as possible to avoid fingerprints. 1 Load two StoryTeller sheets glossy side up against the right side of your paper feeder. Note: If your printer loads from the front like an HP printer, load the paper glossy side down. 2 Slide the left edge guide up against the paper, but not too tightly. 3 Lower the output tray and pull out the output tray extensions, if your printer has them. 76 Print Your Cover

77 4 Click the PRINT icon at the bottom of the StoryTeller screen. Click here Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 77

78 5 When you see this window, select Short StoryTeller paper. Then click the PRINT WIZARD button. Make sure Short StoryTeller paper is selected Then click here 78 Print Your Cover

79 6 Click the Printer Setup button. Click here 7 When you see the Print window, make sure your printer is selected in the Name box. Then click Properties. Canon, Lexmark, and Other Printers: Printing Your Final Cover Page 79

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